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November 22, 2012 12:00 AM

Jennifer Rubin: Grand bargain on debt still possible

There are cheery faces and upbeat appraisals from the White House and Capitol Hill on the prospects of a grand bargain. You do sort of get the sense that both sides are developing faux amnesia so that their respective bases can make a deal.

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